Congress

SEC rule on climate change avoids Congress and voters

SEC rule on climate change avoids Congress and voters

The rule recently proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission is so complex and far-reaching that it could reorient the entire US financial system into one that prioritizes climate change over financial soundness. The rule risks turning the SEC into a quasi-environmental agency in which climate “experts” have greater influence than financial regulators focused on …

SEC rule on climate change avoids Congress and voters Read More »

Former national security leaders urge Congress to ease immigration policy for foreign science talent

Former national security leaders urge Congress to ease immigration policy for foreign science talent

More than four dozen former national security leaders are calling on Congress to exempt holders of international advanced technical degrees from green card caps in a bid to maintain U.S. leadership in science and technology, particularly on China, according to a copy of a letter seen by Axios. Why is this important: The sheer scale …

Former national security leaders urge Congress to ease immigration policy for foreign science talent Read More »